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History of Cloud Computing From Shared Hosting to Dedicated Servers to Cloud Computing 2.0
You’ve heard that “Cloud Computing” has been around for a long time and it’s just a new name for what we have had for a while – on-demand infrastructure. This Infographic looks at the history since the Internet went mainstream in the mid-90′s.
Cloud Computing IaaS is maturing and a new generation of services are available
The cloud industry has grown tremendously over the past few years and the growth shows no sign of slowing down. Now, as the IT channel, particularly VARs and MSPs, ramp up their customer deployments, Cloud Computing 2.0 technologies like ProfitBricks, make it easier and more profitable for growth to accelerate. On-premise server sales will continue to decline as cloud computing infrastructure becomes faster, easier to use and more profitable to sell.
IaaS and SaaS Cloud Computing Come Together To Re-Define How Software Is Deployed and Delivered
Businesses of all sizes are now embracing SaaS, but IT managers continue to grapple with the challenge of scaling their cloud infrastructure to effectively meet changing demands. Access this Infographic to learn how SaaS differs from other software delivery models, the history of SaaS, SaaS growth drivers, and the future of cloud computing.
Gaming Software Development Is Big Business Budgets and Funding Sources
As thin clients in browsers, on laptops, or on mobile devices, continue to grow in popularity, they need a back-end to store data and process large environment mechanics, while the front end focuses on graphics and the human interactions.
- Elastic High Performance Computing in the Cloud at the Geneva Finance Research Institute
- A mobile social shopping platform in the cloud
- Altoros cuts large-scale data processing time from weeks to hours
The new Intel® processors at ProfitBricks owe their high performance chracteristics to the Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology. Each Intel® Core is assigned a so-called hyper-thread, which enables parallelized workloads by exploiting free processor cycles. Adding Intel® processors to the CPU architectures that are available at ProfitBricks means you can now choose between Intel® cores and AMD cores for each of your virtual instances.Download